On God and life’s surprises with CSOM professor Tom Wesner.
To celebrate Espresso Your Faith Week, C21 hosted an event that combined a talk by Kerry Cronin with a concert by Juice.
Madeleine Albright will speak in a November lecture sponsored by the Council for Women of Boston College.
“Loving, not being loved, is the most central fundamental part of being human,” said Rev. Michael Himes at the latest installment of Agape Latte last Wednesday, Nov. 5. Himes, a professor within the theology department at Boston College, discussed the family construct and familial love to a full Hillside Cafe.
Agape Latte gives students a chance to have casual but meaningful discussions about faith in the 21st century.
Rev. Sam Sawyer, S.J. and BC ’00, and Rev. Michael Rossmann, S.J., assistant editor of The Jesuit Post, spoke to a crowded Hillside Cafe on Tuesday evening at this year’s first installment of the Agape Latte series.
Agape Latte presents Espresso Your Faith Week 2014, which will include events from Taize Prayer to Frisbee with the Jesuits.